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C# compiler/IDE for Redhat Enterprise Linux 7?

Can someone point me to C# compiler/IDE for Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 ?
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What is the background of the program segmentation?

Each program is separated into several segments like: code segment data segment stack segment heap segment But who was responsible for that progression? The compiler and linker has to support that ...
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Has anyone got the Android NDK toolchains to run on ARM instead of x86 or x86_64?

I have been going over the "dev scripts" in the $NDK/build/tools directory of the Android NDK and have been modifying them to build host/build tool-chains that run on ARM instead of x86 or x86_64. For ...
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Making CodeBlocks work with Terminator?

I want to make the programs compiled by Codeblocks, run the shell program 'Terminator'. So I went into Environment Settings > Terminal to launch console programs, the default value is xterm -T $TITLE ...
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Compiling: Scons can't find libav

The compiler errors I keep getting are: error: ‘CODEC_ID_HUFFYUV’ undeclared (first use in this function) if (!codec) codec = avcodec_find_encoder(CODEC_ID_HUFFYUV); ...
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Custom GCC installation - how should I set my environment variables?

After some pains I was finally able to build me a gcc 4.9.3 (I don't have root on the machine I'm working on, and Fedora 22 doesn't package gcc 4.9 anyway). And it even works, i.e. using it to compile ...
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Yocto; install python ctypes. “No acceptable c compiler found in $path”

I am trying to install the python module 'ctypes' on a new mediabox (Ezeecube), but it seems there is no c compiler. The system runs on a custom Yocto build, created by the Ezeecube team. It has the "...
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Configure script failed to find C compiler, despite gcc being installed on Sabayon

I have been trying to compile Moksha from source code on a Sabayon SpinBase Virtual Machine, but whenever I run a configure or autogen.sh script I get an error: checking for gcc... gcc checking ...